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MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 2:00pm PST
young because you have some waiting to do. if hillary clinton runs in 2016 and runs again in 2020, that means the job is not open for you until 2024. it gets worse. if there's a president hillary clinton, that means 16 years of democrats in the white house, the longest run since fdr and truman. if anyone now in politics can wait that long. so the big question looming as democratic governors meet in washington right now, what other career goal makes sense it there's no real shot at the presidency? or is there a lingering hope that secretary clinton won't make the run? or if she does, that she could be beaten? is that what has governor cuomo and governor o'malley and vice president biden dreaming of sitting behind that presidential desk? the outside thought of what might be? joan walsh is editor-at-large or salon and david corn is washington bureau chief for mother jones. both are msnbc political analysts. let's take a look at this story leading politico. the headline reads dems 2016, will hillary clinton clear the field? let's look at the contenders we see as being in the waiting r
PBS
Feb 24, 2013 6:00pm PST
president clinton, but after a while, his numbers went up and gingrich himself has said that the budget standoff with the single most avoidable mistake as speaker. you can never be sure how these things are going to play. >> the gingrich example is certainly instructive. he was the man of the year for "time" and he plummeted to 16% favorable. that is just a little bit south of donald trump. those are really bad numbers. he never fully recovered from it. this is what the political backdrop is heading into this confrontation because the president's numbers are at the highest point at any point in the last three and a half years going back to late 2009 during his honeymoon period. he does have a political advantage. make no mistake about it. i think some republicans understand this, but i think the core of republicans in the house what this confrontation. >> is my emails and phone calls are any indication, they are fed up with this. >> they are, but there's no one to make a deal with on the republican side. they're very divided. a lot of republicans have been around for a while really do n
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 6:00am PST
have with senator clinton. she's a smart and capable person but she is of washington. when she takes more money from lobbyists and special interests than any candidate, including john mccain, that shows that she doesn't have a sense that we've got to change our business is done in washington. >> ultimately, what i'd like to see is a system of public financing of campaigns and i'm a co-sponsor of the proposal that's in the senate right now. that's what we have to fight for. >> that was candidate obama during the 2010 campaign. the president railed against super pacs, then made an end justifies the means argument in 2012. look, the obama folks can rationalize this all they want. yes, they'll disclose donors and they'll be accepting small donor money but this is the campaign finance world we live in after citizens united. but offering this kind of access to big donors was precisely what bovm w obama was campaigning against in 2007 and 2008. every political strategist involved in the campaign told us on this show, both sides of the aisle, they all believe the campaign finance syste
CSPAN
Feb 25, 2013 1:40am EST
by the secretary clinton. of new liberal realists who looked at the bush idealism. we caw it -- call it knew owe conservativism. it's the conservative form of idealism about democracy and transforming countries about making things better by doing lot and lots of these things. and more or less concluded that was just not going work. and that we needed to retrench and become more realist in our approach to foreign policy. so i describe this the new liberal realists because they saw themselves as rejecting the neoconservativism. it involved a essentially rejecting a lot of the liberal international stuff they regarded as kind of soft and squishy. and regarded in the same way that the conservativism realists would regard it. and that tendency is very special in one particular way. the bush realists conservative realists tend to take words very, very seriously. they think that words have ways of coming back to bite you. and so one of the features about bolton about the bush realists was there, very careful negotiables on foreign sports. if you are the liberal international' dealist, soft,
CNN
Feb 25, 2013 2:00am PST
region is most important to the united states. >> reporter: his predecessor, hillary clinton, headed east for her first trip. part of the obama administration's pivot to asia. kerry's trip goes to nine countries. italy, turkey, france, egypt, saudi arabia, the united arab emirates and qatar. he needs european support in the ongoing dispute over iran's nuclear ambitions. and for any next steps to help the syrian opposition. already, the opposition coalition, angry over not getting the military arms they want, is refusing to attend a meeting in rome where they were scheduled to talk with secretary kerry. one wild card on this trip, egypt. anti-government protests continue, as its economy struggles. but the state department says, don't expect kerry to chart any new policy on this trip. >> he's characterizing this first trip more broadly, as a listening tour. >> reporter: john kerry follows in the footsteps of hillary clinton, who had sky-high popularity around the world. >> nobody's the rock star hillary clinton is. >> reporter: but kerry, who is a boy, lived in berlin, brings his own c
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 1:00am PST
everybody in america has access to affordable hillary clinton. i agree with what the president said in 2009. doesn't make sense to put more people without expanding it, reforming it. >> governor? >> national health care is based on our own experiment in massachusetts. it's been wildly successful. over 90% of our residents have access to medicare, 99.3% of children, i think it is, of children. i don't think any other state in america can touch that. there are more businesses offering insurance to their employees today than before health care reform went into effect. it has not broken our budget and it's very, very popular. we have found a tremendous amount of flexibility with this administration and actually with the bush administration before them in implementing this. i understand that there are philosophical reasons for not supporting this president's solution. but rather than having the usual choices, which was between a perfect solution and no solution, we tried something in this country. i congratulate the president. >> gun control, looks like there may be some movement towards un
FOX News
Feb 25, 2013 3:00pm EST
just a rule by the court nor a rule of thumb judges use. the congress wrote a law in the clinton administration, president clinton signed it and that's the standard used. how do they decide whether they were negligent or gross negligence. what's the difference? easy example. you drive your car 40 miles an hour in a 25 miles an hour zone. that's negligence. you drive your car 830 miles an hour in -- 80 miles an hour in a 25 miles an hour, that's gross negligence. it has to do with how much you avoided the duty you have to preserve the asset and keep the people that work for you and the property around you safe. >> shepard: more closely tied example might be if you were trying to save money but didn't realize where you were skimping was a problem that might cost lives, that's one thing. if you saw problems, we know the rules, we're breaking the rules to save money, that's gross. >> that would be gross negligence. >> shepard: the argument has been made in the criminal trial suggesting that's what happened. >> i don't know which way the judge will go but i now how he's going to decid
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 7:00am EST
. secretary clinton could not resolve syria and secretary kerry is facing his debut on the world stage, trying to deal with the same problem. he met today with the prime minister at downing street, david cameron, as the allies are trying to scramble, trying to salvage a key meeting with syrian opposition leaders scheduled later this week in rome. syrian rebels do not want to go to the meeting because they are frustrated that the u.s. and europe have refused to provide arms and other aid and create a no-fly zone. secretary clinton had proposed that along with defense secretary leon panetta last year, at least proposed arming and training some rebel groups but the president rejected that plan last year. tomorrow, of course, the biggest problem, the biggest obstacle that the new secretary of state, john kerry, will face to getting rid of the assad reg seem russia. will he meet tomorrow in berlin with the russian foreign leader. that's a very big challenge. a visiting tour, nine countries in 11 days. natalie? >> andrea mitchell traveling with the secretary in london this morning. thank you
Current
Feb 25, 2013 3:00pm PST
his first foreign trip since taking over for hillary clinton. the main issues he is tackling include laying the ground work for a u.s./europe trade pack and stopping iran from getting a nuclear weapon. >> iron with a nuclear weapon in that region and given all that has happened is simply unacceptable. the window for a dib low mattic solution simply cannot by definition remain open forever. >> michael: back in the united states, jimmy carter has a different idea on whether negotiations can stop. >> i don't believe either of those countries is going to be suicidal off to use nuclear weapons. >> i wonder if kerry is actually listening. carter's comments came yesterday in san francisco. tonight's last eye that we have out stands for impasse, or at least the potential for one on gun reform. oklahoma republican senator tom coburn is making it painfully clear that background checks could stop a bill in its tracks. >> there will not be record keeping on legitimate law-abiding gun owners in this country, and if they want to eliminate the benefits of trying to prevent the sales to people who a
CSPAN
Feb 25, 2013 12:00pm EST
, who is now a professor at the harvard business school, former fha director in the clinton years, was certainly one of the most voluble players in the commission. i also want to point out senator alfonzo jackson. please stand and be recognized. [applause] i want to turn the podium back over to senator george mitchell. >> years ago, when bob dole, howard baker, tom daschle, and i gathered to establish the bipartisan by -- bipartisan policy center, we were dismayed to the extent to which our political process appeared to be in gridlock as a consequence of excessive partisanship and ideological posturing. that concern is heightened today. i frequently cite the example of the presidential campaign of 1800 when jefferson supporters called president adams a hermaphrodite, lacking, they said, the strength of a man or the gentleness of a woman. supporters said that its jefferson were elected, robbery, rape, and murder would be openly taught and practiced in our country. it was rough and tough when we were there, but it has gotten proper and tupper today. we at the bipartisan policy center bel
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 12:30am PST
market blew up. what was clinton's great line about reuben? you mean the f-ing bond market is in control? remember that? the politicians have no incentive but the market is a fickle and violent thing and one day, it goes like that. zpl. >> the clock is ticking closer. the cuts are set to go into effect friday, march 1st. joining me now, two co-chairs of the campaign to fix the debt founded by alan simpson, judd gregg from new hampshire and ed rendell, the former chair of the democratic party. thanks for joining us. so, what do you think? assuming the affects kick in, what is the immediate impact? ed rendell. >> well, in the very short-term, it will be limited impact, but as the days ghooes on, you'll s people let off of the federal government. you're going to see defense workers let off of their jobs. you're going to see the federal bureaucracy if not grind to a halt be limited in its ability to protect us and keep things moving. it's going to be a real difficult time and it's happening at the worst time when the economy took a hit the last quarter. when it's vulnerable. what we
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 12:00am PST
. and let's get rid of sunday. bill clinton said that was a shameful act of voter discrimination. >> and barack obama in the state of the union, bring out 102-year-old woman who thought she wasn't going to be able to vote and exactly -- chris: eight hours. >> eight hours. >> in florida. chris: and that was going on in ohio. in 2004. we need to keep looking at this. we need to keep looking at this. when we come back scoops and chris: welcome back. howard, tell me something i don't know. >> chris, research university is going get clobbered -- research universities is going to get clobbered in the next few weeks and worth taking me time to point that out. lots of very fundamental research. and it's part of a shift away from government funding of basic research to both business and philanthropy. universities will give up on the government. chris: a lot of things we won't know. >> we'll know less than we know. about basic science. it's important. >> chris: katty. >> when the congressional budget office released its report earlier this month, it did suggest that health carry costs are
WHUT
Feb 24, 2013 7:00pm EST
, passed a law -- >> obama opposed it. >> between hillary clinton, and barack obama she was for it, he was against it. no one for decades suggested it was unconstitutional. that, you know -- you can debate whether it is a good idea or bad idea. whether a congressman should have voted for or against it. but whether it was constitutional. that is a big call. >> this is not a question of policy, which wwuld have been the former case. it was the question of the law. >> that is right. i think the law is quite clear. i think the court did itself a great favor -- >> has the obama administration -- full disclosure, you and the president were in law school -- >> same universe. he was class of 1991. i was '86. >> with your harvard alumni goggles on, trying to understand what motivates this guy. has he and had his team approached dealing with the court in a good way or bad way during the last 3 and a half years. >> i think in a mystifying way. >> a mystifying way? >> in light in his obvious expertise in the law and clear understanding of the state of the decisions. he un-like his republican p
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 1:00pm EST
? >> well, i think that one has to look back and remember that hillary clinton had exactly the same experience with the rebels in libya. there was a period of time where the rebels used every meeting as a potential negotiating ploy for what they wanted to extract from britain, france, and the united states, and you also have, i would say, greater diversity in the syrian opposition and more inconsistencies in the broad syrian opposition than you even had in libya. libya was not great. what we're seeing is standard fare. it's not anything unusual. i think where it goes is that john kerry is going to go in and, you know, basically offer a lot of resolve, perhaps more posturing, but the syrian knot continues to be something that i think that the president wants to remain from being deeply engaged in, and i don't think he is going to turn the switch on for heavy arms transfers to the opposition, so i suspect more of the same with a little bit more toughing rhetoric that assad needs to leave, but when it comes to what the syrian rebels most want, nothing really new. >> let me share, david
CSPAN
Feb 25, 2013 8:00am EST
is currently serving his third president. started at omb under president clinton, worked there under the administration of george w. bush and is now special assistant to the president and white house cybersecurity coordinator, section 8, part d. the secretary of department of homeland security shall coordinate establishment of a set of incentives designed to promote participation in the program. how do you envision those incentives? >> guest: so i think what we're really looking for is a broad set of potential incentives that could encourage companies to adopt a framework. and one of the things that we discovered as we were working on the executive order is that there's a lot of possibilities, but there's not as much work has been done to develop those into concrete incentives. so part of what the executive order is designed to do is to flesh those out. and that could range from, you know, you could imagine a whole range of incentives, right? sort of a good housekeeping seal of approval, right? companies could use in marketing to say that they're actually following cybersecurit
SFGTV
Feb 25, 2013 4:00am PST
clinton here with this commission. any other comments? >>> thank you. >> all right. any other public comments before we move to a seriatim vote? all right. if you'll call the items. >> item 10 e is public hearing to consider and possible action to adopt the sfpuc's 10-year financial plan for fy 2013-14 through fy 2022-23. and you do have an amendment on the table for that. >> all right. we have an amendment on the table. i'd like to vote on that first before we go to the actual -- >> may i mike a minor amendment to the amendment? >> sure. >> which is just to add the dates after it says by fiscal year, just add the dates 2013, 2014 just to be clear which fiscal year those numbers will be -- >> i can't believe todd didn't put that in there. all right. without objection, that shall be the order. i think we've all seen the language. is there a motion? >> so moved. >> moved as amended. to the amendment. all those signify by saying aye. >> aye. >> opposed? motion carries. now to the main motion which is on the item 10 e. is there a motion? >> i'll move. >> moved by commissioner moran. >> s
NBC
Feb 25, 2013 6:30pm EST
aid should be considered. and mill re clinton and leon panetta both recommended arming and training some rebel units. but president obama rejected that proposal last year. fearing weapons would get into the hands of al qaeda supporters. but today, facing rebel pressure, kerry hinted at a policy shift. >> we are determined that the syrian opposition is not going to be dangling in the wind, wondering where the sport is or if it's coming. >> reporter: before leaving london, kerry called a key opposition leader and talked him into showing up for the meeting in rome later this week. today proof that nothing is going to be easy, though, for america's newest top diplomat. >> andrea mitchell in london traveling with the secretary tonight. thanks. >>> dr. c. everett coop has died. the fact that you recognize either his name or face is proof that what will be said about him most is true. he was the first truly public surgeon general of the modern era, certainly the television era. he truly practiced public health. as surgeon general, between 1981 and '87, he became an aggressive advocate for
FOX News
Feb 25, 2013 3:00pm PST
the week goes by. >> a year ago he sided with the predecessor hillary clinton to arm that the u.s. should arm the rebels. >> i was a member of the senate. one of the voices on the outside. pushing for one thing or another. >> but president obama rejected the idea. now kerry cabinet officer for the first time in career must execute mr. obama vision and policy. >> the syrian opposition is not going to be dappingalling in the wind wondering where the support is, or if it's coming. we are determined to change the calculation on the ground for president assad. >> kerry flue to berlin where he will meet tuesday with russian foreign minister labrov the man at the kremlin monday welcomed syria's top diplomat. >> those who want to continue the war until the bitter end try to stifle positive sentiment in the opposition to prevent dialogue. >> state department officials on three continent have been scrambling to persuade leaders from the syrian rebels not to boycott meeting with secretary kerry scheduled for rome later this -- [ loss of audio ] >> bret: that was james rosen traveling with th
FOX News
Feb 25, 2013 4:00pm EST
globes brought in bill clinton to introduce the lincoln film. you have a democrat president introducing a movie about a republican president. there's no mention of the fact lincoln was a republican. also, "zero dark thirty" based on bush's counterterrorism -- >> "zero dark thirty" is about americans in the intelligence world but the effort to bring to justice a man to killed -- it wasn't about politics but last night he was made a political victim in a place that's become politically so correcting the country be dammed. >> neil: well, it stood out. forget oscar recipients. welfare recipients is part of a new report calling out hollywood's hypocrisy on taxes. >> certainly we've heard from hollywood elite yelling to 1%ers to pay their fair share. according to a new report they bagged $1.5 billion in tax revenues through something they call film tax credits. we can use specific titles, a few of the big oscar nominated names. a new report revealing quinton tarantino applied to receive an estimated $8.4 million tax credits in louisiana. "argo," directed by ben affleck, received $
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 3:00am PST
clinton tax increases and the state. and i was saying this is going to be devastating for our economic development. well, the city -- every city councilman got up there and councilwoman saying we don't get 65% tax increase, the firefighters aren't going to be able to come and rescue your little doggy from the tree. when your children are going to walk down streets that aren't going to be -- and they went on and on, tumbleweeds are going to be rolling -- guess what? we killed the tax increase. you know what happened? they gave their 11 city managers a 35% pay raise the next week. how many times -- why do i bring that up? it ain't just pensacola. every time americans hear politicians on any level saying, you know, we've got to spend more money, or else the world comes to an end. they just don't believe it anymore. >> i have a list of the national horrors that are going to occur when sequestration takes effect according to the administration released last night. look, they -- you get the sense they have oversold fear. people are not buying the fear. >> who's "they"? >> the white house. th
FOX
Feb 25, 2013 6:00am EST
. no issue reported between college park and bethesda. coming inbound out of clinton of this morning, nice and quiet. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. affic. . >> thank you. >>> in the developing budget cuts, we continue to inch closer and closer to the deadline. >> we only have a few days until the sequester takes effect and more and more, it looks like it will happen. fox 5's melanie alnwick is live on capitol hill with the latest on sequestration. >>> president obama will host the nation's governors at the white house later today looking for a few good partners to help pressure congress to stop the sequestration from taking place. as part of that effort, last night, the white house released a state by state compilation of the possible impacts of budget cuts. among emthis, d.c. would lose $533,000 in education funding inform maryland, 707 fewer low income students will get college financing inform virginia, head start for 1,000 students would eliminate. congress returns to work monday looking for ways to rework the automatic spending cuts that will hit every line item
FOX Business
Feb 25, 2013 6:00pm EST
nothing new for her. she is taking it to a whole new level. she was in politics in the clinton days. she is a pro-trade person. she has a lot of qualities and a leader we would like to see in washington. gerri: i want to ask you this question because despite all the things women have done and all the progress we have seen, which is pretty darn substantial, if you ask me, we have not cracked the ceos. will it change as you get older and grow up under the youngest person on our panel, so have to ask you this question. >> i think the book, to be honest, is based more on emotion of women in the workforce rather than actual facts, but women choose to work less hours than men in the workforce, which is why me women make less than menn the workforce. the "wall street journal" ha haa great article on this last year, women choose to work less hours than men. if women strive to put more effort into their career or choose to have a stronger career path, we will see more women ceos emerging. gerri: are women not working hard enough? >> i don't even want to go there. they choose -- >> they are w
Current
Feb 25, 2013 6:00am PST
good clinton economy our clinton economy and they ruined it. they insisted on what their trickle down voodoo nonsense -- and now they're wanting to take everything that we're trying to do, that the president's trying to do and prevent us from rebuilding it. >> stephanie: yep. >> this whole sequester is part of that. it's like we have empirical evidence that your experiment failed. let us get on with our experiment let's call it. it is like they're coming in and they're sabotaging our efforts. we were fairly cooperative. >> stephanie: dale, even -- reagan's budget director, trickle down didn't work. exactly. we have empirical evidence. he was the one that came out and said paul ryan's budget is nonsense. >> that's right. >> stephanie: that's the thing. these are facts and numbers and policies that have already been tried. >> it was a great mudcat impression by the way. >> thanks. >> the guy on the phone. >> stephanie: maybe it was. >> you were saying thanks. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: kelly in west virginia. hi kelly. >> caller: good morning, guys. i have a question. can you be a
CNBC
Feb 25, 2013 12:00am EST
clinton administration. he says the amount of co2 we're talking about is mind-boggling. >> if the world did this at scale, it would be the equivalent amount of co2 going into the ground as oil now comes out of the ground. so you have to recreate the entire oil delivery infrastructure of the planet, which was built up over a century, just to deal with this co2. >> is it practical? >> that we don't know yet. no one has ever taken large volumes of co2 and stuck it in these deep underground aquifers and then measured and verified that it stays there permanently. i mean, after all, if it doesn't stay there permanently, if it leaks out slowly, it's not saving the climate. remember, we spent 30 years just trying to get one repository for nuclear waste, yucca mountain, and we haven't succeeded. now we're gonna need dozens and dozens of repositories for co2. >> it is not impossible. what we need in this country is what i would call a marshall plan. we rebuilt the economies of japan and germany after world war ii. we need to rebuild our economy and transition it to a low-carbon economy. we can do
CSPAN
Feb 24, 2013 8:00pm EST
waiting all day for some word on his situation, knowing hillary clinton had just arrived in beijing on wednesday morning. the theory was they wanted this resolved, " the american side and the chinese side, wanted this resolved quickly. talks between america and china were set to begin thursday. i did not expect to get a call from the ambassador himself. >> can use the chinese? >> i can. i was ready for a chinese lesson when he called. >> could you communicate easily? >> a basic conversation. you need a translator for high level interviews. i got enough i could communicate in get around pretty well. if my cell phone rings, and it was the hour my chinese teacher was knocking at my door, i thought it was her to call -- calling. i said, i have someone here in the car. he passed the phone over. he said, where are you now? i said, i am on my way to the chinese hospital. >> why did they not just let it go? >> at that stage, it became an affront to them. he made his way to beijing, he made his way to the u.s. embassy, which was a red flag. they do not like their dirty laundry being hung out in
PBS
Feb 24, 2013 5:00pm PST
the glass-steagall act, and president bill clinton signed the repeal. >> it was a bipartisan repeal. >> right. it's a joke. that allowed the banks to make risky bets with their depositor's money. eight years later, our financial system collapsed. it's like a joke. this is a system that creates in the private enterprise a core mechanism and a logic that makes them do the very things that need regulation and then makes them evade or undo those regulations. >> you probably saw the recent story that facebook, which made more than $1 billion in profits last year, didn't pay taxes on that profit and actually got a $429 million rebate from you and me and all those other taxpayers out there. ge, verizon, boeing, 27 other corporations made a combined $205 billion in profits between 2008 and 2011 and 26 paid no federal corporate income tax. what will ultimately happen, richard, if the big winners from capitalism opt out of participating in the strengthening, nurturing, and financial support of a fair and functioning society? >> well, the worst example i just learned about a few days ago. and
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 11:00am PST
obama said he wanted to get rid of. you go back to president clinton, george w. bush, they gave access but president obama promised to be different and this is something that his campaign rhetoric doesn't match up with this particular outside group. >> all right. mark murray, thank you very much for the first read today. greatly appreciate it. >> thanks. >>> coming up, what secretary of state kerry is hoping to accomplish on the first overseas trip as the nation's top diplomat. >>> here are some things we thought you should know. how did the first lady end up announcing the winner for best picture? hollywood reporter says harvey weinstein and producers worked out the deal. she was attending the national governor's association dinner. stepped out and made the big presentation. >>> and look at this. check out how iran's media photoshopped the first lady's dress. on the left, the actual gown she wore where she shows her shoulders. on the right, the first lady with a higher neckline and sleeves. the picture part of several negative reactions to "argo" reacting to winning for best pi
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 1:00pm PST
with the incumbent president like they did back in the '90s when it was clinton versus gingrich in this sort of thing. and i think the question is just how much pressure can be brought to bear on the republicans to help move this thing forward. >> clarence page, karen finney, and the great luke russert, thank you so much all of you. >>> next, will the supreme court roll the clock back to a time when fear and intimidation ruled the ballot box? stay with us. >> i received so much more than my fair share of good fortune in my life, and i'm so grateful to the academy for this beautiful honor. >> so you didn't have my bet. you didn't like him as lincoln? >> no, i didn't. he's not from this country. he had an accent i could detect. i don't know if other people could detect it. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. ♪ they hatin'
MSNBC
Feb 25, 2013 9:00am PST
washington post "for 2016 the democrats seem headed between a fight between hillary clinton and joe biden. both launched their careers in the 1970s. what will their slogan be? another century of southwest? but on our side we have paul ryan, nikki hailey, marco rubio, chris christie, jeb bush, susannah martinez, and more. who has the best opportunity to win that generational battle?" howard, five of those seven people, i think i'm counting right, are governors, and it would be really interesting to see where the gop goes. as we have discussed, the governors have more of a bipartisan approach to legislate and to policy and to governing. how does that translate to the republican party? >> to joy's point, what's interesting, is that the governor who's are really thinking about running for president are taking these rather extreme idealogical positions when it comes to issue like medicaid. if they're repositioning themselves towards the center, it's not necessarily the ones who will be running for president. they are very worried still about getting through the republican primary process, and
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